Holiday Shopping for the Kids in Your Life is Easy When They Use GiftBirdy

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Have you ever asked your child what they were hoping to receive for a birthday or holiday only to have them rattle off a list of toys and gadgets you have never heard of? This is something I am very familiar with, having had many conversations that go a bit like this:

Me: So what are you hoping to get for Christmas this year?

I watch my stepdaughters physically ponder their most coveted toys and items, index finger pressed against pursed lips, eyes looking up towards the ceiling. They’re animated like that. They then list half a dozen things that confuse me completely. So much confusion, in fact, that by the time they are on the third item on their mental wishlist, I’m still having trouble deciphering what the first thing was.

If this situation is at all familiar to you, I have got a pretty great solution to share with you. If the kids in your life are old enough to use the internet, either alone or with moderate supervision, I highly suggest you introduce them to GiftBirdy!

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Created as a solution to simplify shopping for gifts and to make sure the gifts that are received are appreciated and put to good use, GiftBirdy is a fun and absolutely free way for children, tweens, and teens to create their own gift wishlists for any occasion and easily send them to family members.

It’s very simple to create a GiftBirdy account. While they strive to make it as self-explanatory as possible, GiftBirdy has a help video that will guide you through the setup process, as well as how to browse toys on the website, add them to a wishlist, and send the wishlist out to family members in time for the holidays.

GiftBirdy is such a great resource for children, tweens, and teens who want to make sure that their family members know what they are hoping to receive for the holidays, and it really does simplify the entire holiday shopping season. Kids are solidly the most difficult people to shop for, regardless of how well you know them; my own shopping struggles for my stepdaughters is definitely proof of that!

In addition to creating and sharing wishlists, kids can have even more fun on GiftBirdy by playing games and collecting virtual pets. They even feature the wishlists of tween and teen stars like Bailee Madison, who was in the movie Just Go With It starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston.

What I like most about GiftBirdy is the fact that they are passionate about charitable giving and are taking the opportunity to open up the world of giving back and helping those in need to the kids who use their site. GiftBirdy Giveback encourages compassion and philanthropy by giving those on the site the chance to add a small donation to a children’s charity to their gift wishlist. GiftBirdy is also setting a good example themselves by pledging to donate a percentage of their profits to a variety of deserving nonprofit organizations that work tirelessly on behalf of children.

GiftBirdy is a safe space for children on the internet. Their website is secure and they have implemented safeguards to provide a level of trust and assurance for parents who are worried about what their children find online. When your child is using GiftBirdy, you don’t have to worry that they are being exposed to inappropriate content. GiftBirdy has absolutely no ads on their website and the purchases made on GiftBirdy are made through their affiliate partner Amazon.

Introduce your child to GiftBirdy and simplify holiday shopping this year for the whole family!

This is a sponsored post from One2One Network and Gift Birdy. All opinions stated are my own.

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About Holly

In addition to being the driving force behind Woman Tribune, Holly is a self-taught web designer, gamer, and wannabe baker living in NEPA with her fiance and 5 cats.

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